[Haskell-beginners] Questions on set up on OSX

Bryce Verdier bryceverdier at gmail.com
Wed Nov 16 00:39:10 CET 2011

I can only speak for myself, and little that I am able to use in Haskell. But I use MacVim for pretty much everything and am happy with it. It has Haskell highlighting out of the box.

I have also tried out the FP extension on Eclipse and it seems pretty nice.

I'm sure that doesn't help much, but it's what I do with the little Haskell I do these days.

On Nov 15, 2011, at 12:24 PM, Sophie wrote:

> I have the basic install, ghci working, going through the Real World book, and have some set up questions:
> - Is there any REPL which will take (close to) full Haskell syntax, including function definitions? 
> - I use TextMate and Intelli-J, but they don't seem Haskell friendly. The Haskell TextMate bundle seems very confused about indenting, tabs vs. spaces, etc, and I could not even find a code formatter / highlighted for Intelli-J. 
> What environments would you recommend to work with Haskell on OSX? If Emacs, which one? If Eclipse ... I suppose if I have to... 
> I tried Leksah but it seems too buggy even under simple window resizing.
> Thanks for any pointers!!
> Sophie
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